In recent decades, worship culture in many churches has been obsessed with youth, perpetually introducing new worship leaders along with fresh songs, styles, and ideas. How can worship be shaped in such a way that it confronts these obsessions? How does the music industry shape our expectations for worship leaders in particular and church leaders in general? What are some of the contrasts between the attitude of an aspiring artist and an aspiring servant?

This conversation with Mike Cosper, Kevin Twit, and Isaac Wardell discusses the possibility of a countercultural option—of worship as a feast, rather than a concert or a lecture.